Three Reasons to Consider Summer School as an Incoming Freshman

Summer School at Meredith College

Many students take advantage of summer school at Meredith to get ahead or catch up on their studies. Did you know that as an incoming freshman, you can enroll in summer school, too? There are numerous benefits of enrolling in summer school, but here are just a few:

  • Get ahead by taking courses that are offered in face-to-face, online, and hybrid formats. If you take online courses, you can get a headstart on your studies and begin building connections with faculty from the comfort of your home. Or, if you decide to take classes face-to-face, you have the added benefit of getting to know campus early before it gets busy in the fall. Summer school courses are taught by the same highly-qualified faculty.
  • Incoming freshmen who register for summer courses get the perk of meeting with an enrollment counselor and getting their fall schedules earlier than normal.
  • Attending summer school is cost-effective, with lower per-credit tuition than during the regular school year. And as an incoming freshman, you can apply your deposit to tuition and finance summer school through your payment plan for 2021-22. Also, Pell Grants can be used for summer courses. Contact Meredith Financial Assistance for more information.

Learn more about summer school at Meredith.

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